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Path in the Fog

by Tom-Paul Jagg
(Manly, NSW. Australia)

Path In The Fog

Path In The Fog

I'm studying impressionism, Monet to be specific. I'm even asking the Universe to let me tap into his energy.

Been only painting for 4+ months and I'm addicted. I've done a series of 3 of these and with each one, I'm learning how to create more depth.

It's not crash hot, but Im seeing my progress. Cheers. tpj

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Dec 31, 2022
love this!
by: Sharyn

Remember how we always loved pictures in a fog theme.
I am happy to find more of your work that you have not sent I did tell you, follow your bliss and do your art. Love is our blessing way forever.

Jan 26, 2022
great expressions NEW
by: AnTerry

I like your paintings you capture thoughts that lie within and you are able to bring them out in the open
Even from you early small one in the bathroom to the more recent larger clams and especially the after the storm, keep it going

Jul 04, 2015
Path In the Fog NEW
by: Anonymous

Hello are doing well for such a short time....I think your painting could be enhanced by better balancing of your darks....more on the left. Also bring your tree on right side into the painting more, instead of chopped off look about it.....will be better balanced. otherwise a nice painting....keep up the good work

Oct 15, 2014
Interesting - great effect NEW
by: Jane (from UK)

I really like this and would love to see it in real life. I like the colours and atmosphere - it's really subtle and interesting.


Apr 29, 2014
good try NEW
by: Dennis, Orange NSW

I like your attempt at impressionism. I have only tried twice to paint something impressionistic and it is certainly more difficult than you might think. I like Monet and have looked at alot of his work in books. His standards certainly vary all the way to where his paintings are impressionism 'over the top' in my opinion. It might have been when he was having eyesight problems later in his life. The other impressionist are worth a look. One I like is Berthe Morisot.....she did alot of domestic scenes, really good.

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